Best Farmers podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Farmerama
Monthly+
 
Farmerama Radio: a monthly podcast sharing the voices of smaller scale farmers in the UK and beyond.At Farmerama we are committed to positive ecological futures for the planet and believe that the farmers and growers of the world will determine this. So we make a monthly podcast which gives producers a voice and shares ideas in a fun and informative way – that way farmers can learn from other farmers. We want to rejuvenate the respect, confidence and vibrancy of smaller-scale farmers and rur ...
 
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KSTE Farm Hour
Weekly
 
Sundays Noon-1p on Talk 650 KSTE
 
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All Things Green
Monthly+
 
All Things Green Is a podcast produced by the OSU-Oklahoma City Department of Horticulture.
 
A podcast series that aims to serve as a platform for women to discuss agricultural issues, and give power to the traditional, cultural, and experience-driven knowledge.
 
Rural Women Inspired is a weekly podcast created for YOU, the Farmer/Rancher, Gardener, Organic Grower, Livestock Hobby-ist, Farm Wife, Mother, Businesswoman, and Rural Community Leader. If you're looking for INSPIRATIONAL advice during your time in the grain truck or tractor, lunch break, morning workout, or "me" time, host Mindy Young brings the motivation to push through any obstacle and succeed in creating your most ideal, happy, and healthy life. Each podcast episode details the journey ...
 
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Meet the Farmers
Monthly
 
Meet the Farmers highlights the realities of running a farm in the UK. The episodes each profile a different farm, looking at the enterprises and interviewing the people who work on them.It’s about highlighting the realities of farming life, the good times and the bad, as well as farmers’ hopes and fears for the future.
 
For people passionate about farming, gardening, food politics, food security, and the intersections among these topics. Jordan Marr, a certified organic farmer in British Columbia, interviews farmers, gardeners, academics, and journalists about stuff farmers and food system nerds care about. If where and how your food is produced matters to you, this podcast is produced for you!
 
Two young wannabe farmers documenting our travels and new adventures in farming and homesteading
 
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Farming for Nature
Weekly+
 
A podcast by Irish farmers for Irish farmers - and anyone else who eats food!Hear how farmers balance making a living, with making space for nature.FFN is a not-for-profit initiative set up by scientists and farmers to restore the ecological health of the Irish countryside.
 
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IDH Podcasts
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This is a podcast series for professionals working in the agri-business industry that seek insights in sustainable value chain development. Together with our partners we dive into discussing our work and share cross-sector learnings and best practices. We reflect on innovative business models related to topics as inclusive finance and gender equality. IDH convenes public-private partnerships, co-invests, constructs innovative pilots, and stimulates sustainable production and trade to create ...
 
Country Life takes you down country roads to meet ordinary people achieving their dreams. We live in a beautiful country...
 
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Deep Roots Radio
Monthly
 
Saturdays, 9:00-9:30AM Central, live interviews with guests who help connect the dots between what we eat and how it's grown. Sylvia Burgos Toftness - New York City girl turned 100% grass-fed beef farmer - chats with ranchers, farmers, scientists and educators, film makers, policymakers, marketers, chefs and authors - all describing the linkages between soil health and nutrition, agricultural practice and financial sustainability, animal welfare and environmental restoration, sustainable agr ...
 
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Grassfed Life
Monthly+
 
Weekly insights for small farmers and aspiring farm based entrepreneurs who want to earn a living on the land doing something that they care about. A weekly show that tracks the farm season featuring two hosts: Darby Simpson and Diego Footer of Permaculture Voices. We focus on small family farming, grass based livestock, pastured poultry, grassfed beef, pastured pigs, farmsteading, farm sales and marketing, and work-life balance.
 
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AHDB
Monthly
 
Our purpose is to inspire our farmers, growers and industry to succeed in a rapidly changing world. We equip the industry with easy to use, practical know-how which they can apply straight away to make better decisions and improve their performance. AHDB is a statutory levy board and is funded by farmers, growers and others in the supply chain.
 
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California Ag Today
Weekly+
 
Podcast by Patrick Cavanaugh
 
Country Life takes you down country roads to meet ordinary people achieving their dreams. We live in a beautiful country...
 
The ABC's team of specialist reporters introduce you to the people and places that make up country Australia.
 
On our culinary journey around Europe we'll be meeting the farmers and fishermen who produce our food, looking over the shoulders of the continent's top chefs and dining at numerous award-winning gourmet temples.
 
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PDX Food Stories
Rare
 
Welcome to PDX Food Stories, a bi-weekly podcast for the food nerds, the restaurant geeks, and the farmers markets fanatics. Chefs and producers will share their stories, recipes, and tips for the tastiest experience in Portland.
 
ALL the Agriculture news important to Idaho Farmers, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Each day the Idaho Farm Bureau brings you Ag news and feature stories focusing on markets and news farmers can use, The Idaho Farm Bureau is the Voice of Idaho Agriculture with more than 70-thousand members and 13-thousand farm families.
 
Delicious Revolution is a show about food, culture, and place. We talk with people whose expertise in food comes from working with food as farmers, fishers, artists, cooks, activists, scholars, journalists, and more. They spend a large portion of their life thinking about food- what it means, how to make it, how to change the food system, how it ties together societies. We will bring you in-depth conversations with some of the brilliant people that inspire the ways we think about food. Find ...
 
Get all of the audio interviews and podcasts from RealAgriculture in one place.
 
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Between The Rows
Weekly
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets.Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today.The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed Whi ...
 
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Inside Farming
Rare
 
An in-depth look at topical and often controversial issues that matter in UK agriculture.
 
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Into the Weeds
Monthly
 
This original podcast series is hosted by Anders Gurda, Manager of Agronomy Solutions at Pipeline Foods. It provides in-depth interviews with organic farmers and experts, and covers a wide variety of topics and stories related to organic row crop production. We know that you have plenty of windshield time in your profession, so wanted to give you something to listen to and think about as you plant, cultivate, harvest, and spend those hours on the road. In these episodes, we wander into the w ...
 
What drives people in Europe? How do Europeans lead their lives? What are their views, hopes and fears? Fokus Europa provides the answers: up close, exciting and balanced.
 
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Plate of the Union
Weekly
 
Chefs, Farmers, Food Activists, Policy Experts, and Members of Congress discuss how politics affect the food on your plate. Chef Spike Mendelsohn and Monica Mills host.
 
Down to Earth is a podcast about hope. As climate change collides with our industrial food system, we focus not on doom but instead on people who are developing practical, innovative solutions. We invite you to meet farmers, ranchers, scientists, land managers, writers, and many others on a mission to create a world in which the food we eat is healthy—for us, for the land and water from which it springs, for the lives and livelihoods of the producers, and for the planet.
 
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Upstart Farmers Radio
Monthly
 
Upstart Farmers Radio is the voice of the Upstart Farmers movement! Making a living while making an impact.
 
A continuous conversation about climate change - news, views and interviews.
 
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www.wabe.org
Daily+
 
Where ATL meets NPR
 
Industrial Tradition Podcast is for pipeline families, farmers, ranchers, makers, mothers, mechanics, truckers, welders and alike. You are welcome to pull up a seat and join the conversation where we talk about hard work and everyday life. Always feeling like you want more out of your life? Kayla, creator of Industrial Tradition and your host will do a deep dive with her guests into topics ranging from personal development to owning and running a small business to big lifestyle changes that ...
 
Stories that provide depth and context to interrelated economic issues, including the best from PRI’s The World, The Takeaway, Living on Earth, and other popular programs.
 
Open House is a talk programme that looks at news, current affairs and issues from a Christian perspective. Open House covers local and world events with perspectives and insights not heard elsewhere, informed by a Christian worldview.As host Stephen O’Doherty puts it, Open House “looks at life through the lens of faith and points to hope”. Open House is live from 7 pm – 10 pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) on Sunday night.Visit the Open House show page for more information
 
The San Diego Food System Alliance is a nonprofit collaborative that brings together businesses, nonprofit organizations, government, local farmers and fishermen and interested and passionate community members to create a Good Food landscape for San Diego County. This podcast explores what Good Food means and highlights the Good Food work being done in our community
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show.Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda.The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more.The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
Interviewing the Brightest Minds in Mycology, Soil Science, Natural and Agricultural Ecology, Technology and Eco Business.
 
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FOCUS
Daily
 
Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.
 
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animals
Weekly
 
Burkhard Bilger talks about the mysterious past and future of 211 Pearl Street, the man who tried to save the building, and preserving old New York. Burkhard Bilger talks about the mysterious past and future of 211 Pearl Street, the man who tried to save the building, and preserving old New York.
 
It's your world. Jump in.
 
From street food in Thailand to a bakery in a Syrian refugee camp to how one scientist uses state of the art pollen analysis to track the origins of honey (and also to solve cold murder cases), Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio goes anywhere and everywhere to ask questions and get answers about home cooking, food, culture, wine, farming, restaurants, literature, and the lives and cultures of the people who grow, produce, and create the food we eat.
 
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Capitol Access
Monthly+
 
Reports on Louisiana politics and government - and the people shaping state policy - from Sue Lincoln and Wallis Watkins.
 
These down to earth conversations with farmers give us an inside look at what it really takes to earn an independent living being a farmer. Combine one part true inspirational stories with tangible tools and tactics and you've got this podcast: a unique way to gain insights that really work from successful farm-based entrepreneurs. These real, honest conversations will help show that you aren't alone in the grind, and give you the motivation to get after it.
 
50 stories, 5 continents, 1 theme: showcasing passionate people and innovative projects from around the world aimed at combating climate change.
 
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3 Things
Daily
 
Our flagship daily news show, where hosts Neha Mathews and Shashank Bhargava talk to in-house experts about what is going on and why you need to care about it
 
Follow us on our Love Food Hate Waste journey in this three part series that looks into the budding food hub that is the Farmers Market at the University of Melbourne.
 
Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.
 
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The Food Fix
Monthly+
 
The Food Fix is produced by students and faculty at the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation at Michigan State University. The podcast focuses on talking to people working on food systems innovations to better feed the world. The theme music for The Food Fix is "Watchin' My Garden Grow" by Lindsay Lou and Josh Rilko.
 
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For the past month, the Supreme court had been hearing a clutch of petitions about the alleged irregularities in the Rafale deal. The issue had became a political firestorm and there were several questions raised about the multi-billion dollar deal. Then on Friday, the court vindicated the government by dismissing the petitions. Now, questions ...…
 
The California Water Resources Control Board has voted to pursue taking up to 40 percent of unimpaired flows from the Tuolumne, Stanislaus and Merced Rivers. This would put the cities and farming into abject peril.
 
Christmas tree growers are busy getting their trees off to market; shellfish reefs return to Pt Phillip Bay; we make wooden spoons from timber off-cuts; and jump on board the 'Savannahlander'
 
The nuts and bolts of the Paris Climate Accord have been agreed upon on in Poland.Nearly 200 countries have agreed upon a set of rules to help limit global temperature rises to below two degrees.Climate Change Minister James Shaw told Mike Yardley the meeting exceeded expectations."This is the rule book for saving the world, that we were creati ...…
 
Police have seized more than 170 military-style, semi-automatic guns that had fallen into the wrong hands in the last five years.That number is increasing, in each of the last three years, there have been more taken by Police than in any other year since 2008.Police are concerned, saying in a briefing to the Minister last year that they have se ...…
 
A criminal lawyer says the sentence given to 19-year-old Rouxle Le Roux, who killed a teenage boy in a drunken hit and run, meets legal standards because it was an "accident".Rouxle Le Roux was sentenced to 11 months' home detention and 250 hours' community service for the death of 15-year old Nathan Kraatskow. Nathan died in May when Le Roux, ...…
 
Longtime Alaska fisherman Bill Harrington has a few choices words about killer whales. "As far as I'm concerned, they're only thieves in tuxedos," Harrington says. He's retired now, but a video from a decade ago shows him pulling in his line as he curses out a pod of killer whales swarming his boat. His catch is exposed; he is not happy. A sper ...…
 
Houston Wilson is a Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist with the Department of Entomology at UC Riverside
 
Photograph by Cole Gorman Our tenth episode features the husband and wife owners of COPA restaurant in Durham, Roberto Copa Matos and Elizabeth Turnbull, along with the manager of their organic farm, Andrew Legge. We discuss with the team on how they cultivate relationships with farms, farmers, and guests at their restaurant from “Soil to Table ...…
 
It’s the favourite day of the week for many people, and for today’s RealAg Radio show we have just the a treat to make it even better! It’s been a while since there’s been a RealAgriculture Panel but the entire editorial team will be here today. RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney, brings on Lyndsey Smith,... Read More…
 
It's been almost one year since an Amtrak Cascades train derailed near DuPont, Washington. The crash killed three passengers and injured more than 60, including drivers on adjacent Interstate 5.By tbanse@u.washington.edu (Tom Banse).
 
For years, the model for American recycling was pretty simple: throw it in a bin, then let China deal with the mess. But no longer.By PRI's The World.
 
I can’t imagine a harder act for a filmmaker to follow than Moonlight. That movie, a quietly shattering portrait of a young black man wrestling with his sexuality, held you rapt with its intimacy; it left you feeling as if you’d stared deep into that young man’s soul. I don’t know if the writer-director Barry Jenkins has matched that achievemen ...…
 
The controversial Waters of the United States rules have been modified, much to the relief of California’s farmers. Congress passes the new farm bill, which includes Senator Mitch McConnells’ pet project: the legalization of hemp production in the United States. Does hemp production have a future in California? We have an in-depth report. Anoth ...…
 
For years, the model for global recycling was pretty simple: throw it in a bin, then let China deal with the mess. But no longer. It’s been a year since China got tough with American cans, bottles and paper. And the changes are still reverberating up and down the recycling chain. At the Mohawk paper mill in Cohoes, New York, just north of Alban ...…
 
Musician and record producer John Carter Cash explains why he loves cooking with Mountain Dew, reveals his recipe for Southern cornbread, and shares stories and recipes from his family’s table. Also on this week’s show: grandmothers do the cooking at Enoteca Maria in Staten Island; our recipe for French walnut tart; a quick tip for freezing soa ...…
 
Father Jean-Pierre Schumacher is the last surviving monk of Tibhirine. He was part of a group of Trappist monks who, despite the Algerian civil war in the 1990s, decided to stay in their monastery in the Atlas Mountains, living alongside the locals in harmony. In 1996, seven of them were kidnapped and later assassinated by a group of armed men. ...…
 
Esperanza Spalding won a Grammy for best new artist in 2011. But the virtuoso bassist, singer and composer was by no means “new” to the art form. She began seriously performing at age 5, and her career has led to the White House — playing several times for the Obamas. Spalding also performed in Sweden when former President Barack Obama received ...…
 
Corn and soybean exports show sharply contrasting data, a result of turbulent trade with China. Micheal Clements has more. On to the markets: Corn futures ended the Thursday session with most contracts steady to a penny lower. December corn futures in Chicago starts up 3.75 down a cent. Wheat futures saw 8 to 9 1/2 cent gains in the front winte ...…
 
Six years after 26 children and educators were killed at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut by a troubled 20 year old, a group of parents is stepping up its efforts to make sure it doesn’t happen again. “Sandy Hook Promise,” a non-profit anti-gun violence group formed after the attack, is training students around the nation to spot ...…
 
For today’s RealAg Radio show, guests include: News with Guse — RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney and Jessika Guse have all your top ag news stories of the day including soybean sales, large amount of opioid use found in smaller sized towns, potato productions is down, and a new grain elevator is being built just north... Read More…
 
The headlines this evening with Arun George. You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @expresspodcasts, or send us an email at podcasts@indianexpress.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on www.indian ...…
 
On a slightly overcast Saturday in November, Horowhenua growers opened their doors to 2,000 members of the public for the third annual Horowhenua Taste Trail. The event is a chance for local producers to give people an insight into the range of food produced in their region and what is required getting it to the plate.…
 
On a slightly overcast Saturday in November, Horowhenua growers opened their doors to 2,000 members of the public for the third annual Horowhenua Taste Trail. The event is a chance for local producers to give people an insight into the range of food produced in their region and what is required getting it to the plate.…
 
A dedicated group of locals are creating Ellesmere Historical Park near Leeston for future generations of Selwyn District residents. 8,000 local objects have been donated to the collection.
 
A dedicated group of locals are creating Ellesmere Historical Park near Leeston for future generations of Selwyn District residents. 8,000 local objects have been donated to the collection.
 
Taranaki is looking very green and farmers are complaining that it's harder to manage a surplus of feed than a deficit. Milk production is about 7 percent ahead of last season. Artifical insemination of cows is continuing on Southland dairy farms and the first draft of lambs are being weaned.
 
Taranaki is looking very green and farmers are complaining that it's harder to manage a surplus of feed than a deficit. Milk production is about 7 percent ahead of last season. Artifical insemination of cows is continuing on Southland dairy farms and the first draft of lambs are being weaned.
 
Taste Horowhenua, Teachers Skip Class for the Day, Preserving Local Heritage for the Benefit of Future Generations and the Regional Wrap.
 
Taste Horowhenua, Teachers Skip Class for the Day, Preserving Local Heritage for the Benefit of Future Generations and the Regional Wrap.
 
A busload of Canterbury secondary school teachers visited farms, agribusinesses and a microbrewery recently for Teachers Day Out – a development day organised by NZ Young Farmers. This year, about 400 teachers around the country participated in the Teachers' Day Out and explored how science, technology and business can relate to teaching in the ...…
 
A busload of Canterbury secondary school teachers visited farms, agribusinesses and a microbrewery recently for Teachers Day Out – a development day organised by NZ Young Farmers. This year, about 400 teachers around the country participated in the Teachers' Day Out and explored how science, technology and business can relate to teaching in the ...…
 
The Congress party, as of Thursday night, has still has not announced chief minister in the three states that they have won these last assembly elections - Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Today, we are looking at the kind of challenges that lie ahead of Congress in these three states. How are they different from one state to the oth ...…
 
Every Friday morning, Mike Hosking takes you through the big ticket items of the week and lets you know what he makes of it all. But this week, as it is his last show of 2018, he decided to mark the year. So here's a taste of Mike's 2018 review.PoliticsJacinda Ardern6/10. "She's still as likeable as she ever was. I suspect that will be to her o ...…
 
Put more money from tobacco tax into helping smokers quit.New Otago University research shows we're floundering in our quest to be smokefree by 2025, needing five times as many Maori to quit each year, and twice as many Pakeha.The Government receives around $1.8 billion a year directly from tobacco excise tax, and spends around $70 million of t ...…
 
No more "Mr Nice Guy" for Joseph Parker.The boxer says he's had enough of holding back and is ready for his fight tomorrow night against Alexander Flores.He told Mike Hosking he is in great shape and ready to "finish the year with a bang"."I'm always in great shape after a training camp and when I'm preparing for a fight so I've had eight weeks ...…
 
It’s crunch time at the global climate conference in Katowice, Poland, and in the hallways and conference rooms, among sleep-deprived delegates and activists, there’s a palpable worry. The deadline for this year’s climate summit is tomorrow, and negotiators still haven’t resolved many of the most important issues. That’s led to concern that the ...…
 
A local coffee shop is often a central part of a community’s activity. Whether it’s a place to get the day started, hang out with friends, check out local art and music, or just get a good latte – a coffeehouse is often seen as a communal space for a neighborhood. But, as Atlanta resident Tremayne Perry discovered, his community in southwest At ...…
 
A leading lawyer says ongoing breaches and publication of the name of the Grace Millane murder accused, is putting the rial at risk of not going ahead at all.Bar Association vice-president Jonathan Eaton QC said even if his name's been published and it seems the horse has bolted, it doesn't mean we shouldn't try lock it up again."The name is ou ...…
 
In 1968, Science published the now-famous paper “The Tragedy of the Commons” by ecologist Garrett Hardin. In it, Hardin questioned society’s ability to manage shared resources, concluding that individuals will act in their self-interest and ultimately spoil the resource. Host Meagan Cantwell revisits this classic paper with two experts: Tine De ...…
 
Black Ferns player Kendra Cocksedge has made history by becoming the first woman to receive the top honour at the annual national rugby awards at Auckland's Sky City. Cocksedge, a halfback who represents Farah Palmer Cup champions Canterbury, was named the Kelvin R Tremain Memorial player of the year. She beat out All Blacks Richie Mo'unga, Bro ...…
 
Finland's capital is going underground, as there's little space to build above ground. There are plans to construct shopping centers, train stations and museums. Conditions below ground are often ideal, with constant temperatures and low humidity.
 
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is proposing a hefty $10 billion increase in state spending over the next two years to maintain current services and fund new priorities, including mental health and orca recovery. To pay for his budget, the two-term Democrat is once again pushing for a new state capital gains tax on high income earners as well as an ...…
 
The number of immigrant children being held in government custody has reached almost 15,000, putting a network of federally contracted shelters across the country near capacity. The national network of more than 100 shelters are 92 percent full, according to the Department of Health and Human Services. The situation is forcing the government to ...…
 
Sylvain Charlebois, University of Guelph professor and co-author of the recent Canada Food Price Report, talks about the future of Canada’s beef industry and the “right” to eat meat, Jennifer Blair with the Alberta Farmer Express reports on the state of Alberta’s cattle herd and how recent trade deals offer potential for growth, and Bruce Burne ...…
 
There are many challenges that have the potential to dash the business plans and hopes of farmers —from trade agreements, to climate change, and primary risks. Strong government policy is part of the solution. Helping shape effective policy will be one of Dr. Alan Ker’s goals as he assumes the newly-created Research Chair in Agriculture... Read ...…
 
In Mali, more than 800 schools have closed because of fears of violence from Islamist groups. According to UNICEF, nearly a quarter of a million Malian children are unable to go to school, with the problem most acute in the central region of Mopti. Despite efforts to re-open some schools, the security situation remains fragile and some families ...…
 
Increasingly, victims of abuse are taking legal action against pedophile priests in Poland's Catholic Church. Many were abused as children, when they served as altar boys. Now they're taking their former tormentors to court.
 
The "yellow vest" protests against French President Macron's policies threaten to paralyze France. The demonstrators are accusing Emmanuel Macron of disregarding the interests of the less-well-to-do majority.
 
Corn futures open with most contracts a cent higher..December Corn futures in Chicago starts up at $3.76 up a cent. Wheat futures open up with gains of 8 cents in most front months, disregarding soon to expire December. CBOT wheat opens up at $5.26 up 5 and a half cents.
 
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